Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme

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Updated: April 13, 2022

• Location: Central 2nd arrondissement location, 2 blocks from the Tuileries Gardens and the Opera Garnier.
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• Hotel phone: +33 1 5871 1234
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Luxurious suite in Park Hyatt Vendôme hotel in Paris’ 2nd Arrondissement.

Positioned between the renowned Place Vendôme and the Garnier Opera House in the 2nd arrondissement lies the Park Hyatt Vendôme. Converted from five Haussmann-era office buildings into a 21st-century hotel, the property’s quietly sophisticated aura provides a modern contrast to the rich history of the area; its permanent displays of contemporary art add an urban-chic feel. Some rooms with private terraces have views of the Place Vendôme or Eiffel Tower. For a more decadent stay, spring for one of the suites with en-suite spa; several are outfitted with their own steam room, whirlpool Jacuzzi, and dedicated massage table for in-room treatments. The hotel has a prime location near luxury boutique shops and an easy walk to the Louvre, Tuileries Garden, and the Palais Royal.

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Park Hyatt Vendôme – Location

Central and fashionable 2nd arrondissement location, 2 blocks from the Tuileries Gardens and the Opera Garnier, and within a 20-minute walk of the Louvre Museum.

  • Address: 5 Rue de la Paix.
  • Nearest Metro: Opéra and Madeleine.
  • Taxi: Airport taxis to central Paris are charged at a flat rate. Fare from Charles de Gaulle Airport is €55, fare from Orly Airport is €35.
  • Private Transfer: We use and recommend Welcome Pickups car service. Booking through a private car service will cost only a bit more than a taxi – about €61 from CDG and €57 from Orly, but can be worth it to avoid the long taxi queue and for the convenience of paying ahead.

Park Hyatt Vendôme – The Basics

  • Ages: All ages are welcome at the Park Hyatt Vendôme, although few special amenities are offered for children. Cribs and rollaway beds are available by request, and interconnecting rooms are available. Babysitting services can be arranged through the concierge.
  • Pet Policy: Dogs under 50 pounds are allowed. The pet fee is $100/night; if the stay is 7 or more nights, a $100 cleaning fee is added.
  • View: Many rooms have nice views of Place Vendôme, and upper floor rooms on the Rue Volney side of the property have views of the Eiffel tower and Opera House.
  • Parking: On-site indoor valet parking is available for €45/night.
  • Nice Perks: Bathrooms all include both a deep soaking up, a separate rain shower, and Christophe Laudamiel bath amenities. Daily newspaper delivery. In room Nespresso machine and Mariage Frères teas. Complimentary water with turndown service.
  • When to Book: Book 6 weeks to 2 months in advance, especially for high travel seasons of April to October, and December.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +33 1 5871 1234
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Park Hyatt Vendôme – Amenities

  • Pool: No pool.
  • Spa: The beautiful and contemporary Le Spa has 4 individual treatment rooms (and one for couples), and offers massage, facial, body, or salon treatments. There is a whirlpool bath, steam room, and sauna – all complimentary for hotel guests. Open from 7:00am to 10:00pm daily.
  • Fitness Center: The hotel gym is small but well-equipped, with 3 treadmills, 1 cable motion system, free weights, 2 cross trainers, and an excercise bike. All machines are TechoGym brand. A personal trainer is available by appointment.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: The Imperial and Presidential suites feature en-suite spas with jacuzzis and steam rooms.

Park Hyatt Vendôme – Food and Drink

  • Restaurant: The Michelin-starred Pur’ – Jean-François Rouquette specializes in French fine dining; reservations are recommended and there is a dress code (no shorts, no open shoes for men) – open from 7:45 – 9:30pm daily, but closed in August. • Casual yet elegant breakfast, lunch, and Sunday brunch are served under a distinctive glass ceiling at Sens Restaurant. • La Terrasse, located in the hotel’s private courtyard, offers tree-shaded al fresco dining in a space that’s fashioned to look like a yacht (open seasonally from 12:30pm to midnight). • Snacks and afternoon tea is served around the hotel’s lobby fireplace.
  • Lounge/Bar: The elegant hotel bar features a tapas menu and twice-weekly live DJs. Open 4pm to 2am daily; kitchen closes at midnight. Closed August.
  • Breakfast: Not complimentary. Served in Sens Restaurant from 7-10:30am Monday-Friday, weekends 7–11am.
  • Room Service: 24 hours.

Park Hyatt Vendôme – Rooms

  • Room Types: 1 Queen • 2 Twin • 1 King Deluxe • 1 Queen Deluxe • 2 Twin Deluxe • Park Suite King • Park Deluxe Suite • Park Executive Suite • Prestige Suite • Diplomatic Suite • Ambassador Suite • Residence Suite • Vendôme Suite • Presidential Suite • Impériale Suite • Park Suite Twin • List of all rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: Non-smoking rooms are available by request.
  • Best Room: The 210 sqm one-bedroom Presidential Suite has a kitchen, dining room, living room, en-suite spa with jacuzzi and steam room, and two terraces with rooftop views.

Park Hyatt Vendôme – What’s Nearby?

Nearby Restaurants

  • Carré des Feuillants – Modern French fine dining from renowned chef Alain Dutournier. Two Michelin stars.
  • Big Fernand – American-style hamburgers done in 6 styles, including mushroom, veal, or chicken. House-made condiments and great fries.
  • Le Soufflé – Charming restaurant serving expertly-prepared savory and sweet soufflés. Moderately-priced.
  • Le Meurice Alain Ducasse – Elegant, Michelin-starred French fine dining in Le Meurice Hotel.
  • Angelina – Excellent tea and pastries (and the best hot chocolate in Paris) on the Rue de Rivoli. Great for brunch.
  • Sanukiya – Bustling Japanese restaurant, known for their great udon.
  • Kotteri Ramen Naritake – Cheap, popular, delicious. The best Ramen in Paris.
  • Verjus – Contemporary American cooking, prestige ingredients, casual and low key feel.
  • Ellsworth – Contemporary American cuisine with a French twist, sparse décor, young hip crowd.
  • La Bourse et la Vie – Classic French cooking from American celebrity chef, Daniel Rose.
  • Bouillon Chartier – Traditional French in a historic Belle Époque dining room. Reasonable prices. Great for families.
  • yam’Tcha – Chinese influenced modern French cooking. Very popular – reserve well in advance, try for lunch, or stop by their boutique around the corner for steamed bao.

Nearby Bars and Breweries

  • Frog Hop House – Fun French brew pub with an American sports bar feel.
  • Harry’s New York Bar – Cocktail and piano bar with a storied history and great drinks.
  • Bar Hemingway – Intimate, iconic cocktail bar in the Ritz Hotel.
  • Juveniles – Charming wine shop-turned-bistro with solid food, reasonable prices, great wine.
  • Buddha Bar – Trendy restaurant/nightclub with a Southeast Asian theme – go for cocktails and ambiance; the food is overpriced.
  • Verjus Bar à Vin – The cozy cave-like wine bar of the much-loved restaurant Verjus. Rotating wine list and French/fusion small plates.

Nearby Shopping and Cool Shops

  • Pierre Hermé – Award-winning and creative macarons (try the signature “Ispahan” – a blend of rosewater, raspberry, and lychee).
  • Goyard – Exclusive luxury handbags, luggage, and leather goods. One of the few brands that’s unavailable for purchase online.
  • Ladurée – Lovely and delicious macarons, pastries, chocolate, and gifts.
  • Chanel Boutique Cambon – The iconic French designer’s flagship retail location. As much a fashion museum as a shop.
  • Librairie Galignani – Elegant English-language bookstore with a good cookbook selection and a charming children’s corner.
  • Epices Roellinger Paris – Renowned spice shop that created by a Michelin-starred chef.
  • Galeries Lafayette Haussmann – The most popular department store with tourists in search of famous French brands like Louis Vuitton and Cartier. Also housewares, gourmet foods, and wine.
  • E. Dehillerin – Vast cookware selection; old school copper pans, professional grade knives, unique gifts.
  • Forum Des Halles – Huge, modern underground shopping mall with French and international brands, restaurants, a cinema, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool.

Nearby Market or Grocery

  • Marché St. Honoré – Outdoor market selling fruit and vegetables, baked goods, fresh ready-to-eat dishes, jewellery, and clothes. 12:30pm-8:30pm Wednesdays; 7am-3pm Saturdays.
  • Monoprix – The biggest supermarket in the 1st arrondissement. Open from 9am-10pm Mon-Saturday.
  • Rue Montorgeuil – One of the best market streets in Paris. Produce, flowers, bakeries, cheese, wine, you name it.

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